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Set two years after the Human Revolution in 2029, Adam Jensen is faced with the aftermath of the Aug Incident and the impact of his decision on how to resolve it.


Mary DeMarle (executive narrative director), Jason Dozois (narrative director) | 13 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Elias Toufexis ... Adam Jensen (voice)
Victoria Sanchez ... Alejandra Vega (voice)
Chimwemwe Miller ... Elias Chikane (voice)
Vernon Wells ... Jim Miller (voice)
James A. Woods ... Viktor Marchenko (voice)
Peter Serafinowicz ... Duncan MacReady (voice)
Karl Graboshas ... Václav Koller (voice)
Mylène Dinh-Robic ... Delara Auzenne (voice) (as Mylene Dinh Robic)
Alex Ivanovici ... Talos Rucker (voice)
Sonja Ball Sonja Ball ... Allison Beatrice Stanek (voice)
Vlasta Vrana ... Otar Botkoveli (voice)
Rick Miller Rick Miller ... David Sarif (voice)
Angela Galuppo Angela Galuppo ... Aria Argento / Prague Civilian / TF29 Analyst (voice)
Scott Humphrey ... Brian Rourke / Ivan Berk / Prague Civilian / Safe Harbour Convention Attendee / Blade Plaza Resident - System Rift DLC / Inmates - A Criminal Past DLC / Prison Intercom - A Criminal Past DLC (voice)
Graham Cuthbertson Graham Cuthbertson ... Daniel 'Smiley' Fletcher (voice)

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Set two years after Human Revolution in 2029. Adam Jensen is faced with the aftermath of the Aug Incident and the impact of his decision on how to resolve it. He feels as though the choice he made resulted in failure. Following Hugh Darrow's hijacking of the bio-chip signal, augmented people across the world were forced to violently attack those around them. The public is outraged by this event and they therefore aggressively oppose mechanical augmentation. This results in a divided world, where mechanically augmented humans are forcibly separated from non-augmented ones. Written by Eidos Montreal

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Sometimes you have to embrace, what you've become.


Action | Mystery | Sci-Fi


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In the basement of the "Future-Past Antiky" shop in Prague, several video game boxes of previous Eidos games, such as Soul Reaver, Tomb Raider and Hitman are visible. See more »


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Music by Michael A. McCann (as Michael McCann)
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Deus Steps Back
26 November 2016 | by residentgrigoSee all my reviews

I was a fan since the first game and the direct prequel by Eidos Montreal undoubtedly returned the series to greatness, after the flawed 2nd game. This sequel was highly anticipated by me and the somewhat flawed technical side of the last entry was fully fixed now. The console version got a notable downgrade from the gorgeous PC version, but the jump in graphical fidelity is still immense. The gameplay and character-building was further perfected here and the previously lame boss battles have been replaced by almost none at all, hm. The soundtrack and sound design remained on point too. The story though, an essential hallmark of the series, took a step down. I overall enjoined it, a side-story about a transhumanist cult was especially great, but I felt that I only scratched the surface for large parts of the narrative. The game is also a bit shorter than expected and story DLC is being sold during the month of release too, sigh. Not the smartest of moves to keep the fans going and the in-game purchases + the random multiplayer are about as pointless as they are harmless. I certainly saw worse in the last gen but i ultimately felt that I was "only" playing a standalone addon to Human Revolution, with a shiny new engine, in the end. 4 years of development are a bit much for this. Fans of the genre + stealth games and the series overall still need to get it but the next entry will need to put more meat on the plate, in terms of narrative and scope. 8,5/10

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23 August 2016 (USA) See more »

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided See more »

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Tokyo, Japan

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